No man is an island. When Aaron McLeod committed suicide in Dunedin in February this year, it shook the family he left behind.
Relaxing after work with a couple of quiet beers or wines is a Kiwi tradition, but it’s not as harmless as we might think.
The Dunedin Abrahamic Interfaith Group is excited and bracing for a big crowd as it prepares to welcome former prime minister Helen Clark, who will give its annual Open Peace Lecture.
Otepoti Collective Against Sexual Abuse sexual violence prevention programme co-ordinator Hazel Potterton is pleased to be working in the organisation’s new education office in Dunbar House.
Outdoor adventures will be more accessible for people with varying levels of mobility, thanks to a new website.
It is hoped the creation of two ‘‘innovative’’ new funds will benefit Maori and Pasifika communities in Dunedin post-Covid.
Ravensbourne Rd (SH88) has reopened after an early-morning crash, in which one person died and two suffered moderate injuries.
Parents joining the Dunedin dental school’s queue may have to wait up to two years for treatment because of a Covid-19 double whammy.
Personal encounters with mental health battles fought in Dunedin have spurred two local men to put on an art exhibition.
It was a case of Dunedin brass bands being "brassed off" once again, after Covid-19 forced the cancellation of the Otago-Southland Provincial Brass Band championships.
She has cute freckles, despises long walks on the beach, but absolutely loves fishing with friends, long-haul travel and watching the sunsets at Taiaroa Head.
School pupils are being introduced to alcohol at an increasingly younger age, making them more likely to develop poor drinking behaviours later in life, research shows.
In a new series, The Star is investigating the state of clubs in Dunedin. This week, reporter Jessica Wilson chats to athletics clubs about the future of the sport.
She was just 2 when her mother was murdered in Dunedin. Now, Georgina Jacobs is learning more about a "creative and loving soul". Molly Houseman reports.
Changes to Dunedin’s new district plan, to address the city’s shortfall in housing capacity, have been delayed by six months.
Scaffolding and a plastic membrane wrap surround the University of Otago’s former Albany St recording studio, as asbestos removal progresses.
After wreaking havoc last week, severe gales are set to return to the southern region for the start of the working week.